Photo: Map samples from Joensuu-Jukola mab by Jussi Silvennoinen. The competition map is in the scale of 1:10 000, with a contour interval of 5 metres.
Kalevan Rasti presents Joensuu-Jukola in the beautiful North Karelian nature. The competition centre is located at Eno school centre, 35 kilometres north-east of Joensuu. You will find all info about Joensuu-Jukola from Event Invitation.
|Entry Fees||by 1st Feb 2017||by 10th May 2017||by 1st June 2017|
|at 11:59 p.m.||at 11:59 p.m.||at 11:59 p.m.|
|Venla/team||157 €||189 €||314 €|
|Jukola/team||272 €||328 €||544 €|
Secretary General Sami Leinonen (email@example.com) will answering questions related to entries and payment. Registration of Joensuu-Jukola 2017.
Terrain is varied North Karelian hilly terrain. Terrain is technically demanding and physically challenging. Joensuu-Jukola offer true orienteering in untouched nature! Joensuu-Jukola trainings by Mari Väänänen, Thierry Gueorgiou, Jan Procházka, Santeri Silvennoinen ja Aaro Asikainen are available from May 5.
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Jukola relay is festival like no other for the athletes, volunteers and spectators both at the arena as at home.
Yle (Finland’s national public service broadcasting company) will broadcast both Finland 100 Venla Relay and Jukola relay live on TV and Yle`s online service Areena. TV broadcast of Lappee-Jukola 2016 was watched through the night an average of 260 000 spectators. The international, English web TV broadcast from Jukola can be seen everywhere in the world via the Internet.
Join the story on 17-18 June 2017 and by using hashtags #joensuu #jukola and #Finland100 Venla relay.